The Houston Dynamo are set to waive the contract of Canadian winger Tyler Pasher, 90min understands.
Pasher joined the Dynamo from USL side Indy Eleven in January 2021 and has since scored six goals and assisted another three in 39 appearances for the club across all competitions.
This season, Pasher has found regular games hard to come by, starting in just five of his 17 MLS appearances – totaling 622 minutes – though the 28-year-old has still managed two goals and an assist.
Pasher’s deal with the Dynamo was due to run through the end of the 2022 MLS season having signed a 12-month extension in December 2021.
Capped twice for Canada at the senior level, Pasher also counts the likes of Sporting Kansas City, Toronto FC, and Pittsburgh Riverhounds among his former clubs.
Pasher will be able to sign for another club through the MLS Waiver Order.